UT School of Public Health Student Association

The Student Association is proud of being the largest student organization among schools of public health in the state of Texas, and is a part of the world’s largest medical center. This site is a resource for the ever-busy graduate student and a medium to bring together the student community. We encourage you to keep an eye out for planned Student Association activities when you arrive on campus.

Benefits of the Student Association

  • Get to know your peers

  • Get to know your faculty

  • Build Leadership Skills

  • Build social skills

  • Get involved in UTHealth School of Public Health

  • Stay connected with other UTHealth School of Public Health Regional Campus reps.

  • Meet other students in TMC

  • Use discussion board on Blackboard to sell/buy books or find roommates!

If you have any questions, suggestions or just want to get involved with the Student Association contact us at SPHSA@uth.tmc.edu


The purpose of the Student Association is three-fold:

  • Promote the mutually supportive two-way communication within and between the student body, faculty, staff and administration at the school and institutional levels

  • Improve the quality of student life through a variety of social activities

  • Foster opportunity for student involvement in special events and to promote service to the community at large

Please click here for a copy of the SPHSA bylaws.